Campus Greening Representative (formerly Landscape Rep.)

Up to TWO positions available. The Primary Responsibility for this person(s) is to be the essential link between Students, College Administration, Facilities Services and the Board of Trustees. The students will work closely with Director of Grounds Ed Harman, an annual meeting with the Board of Trustees, to bring news regarding changes to the campus landscape from the Facilities to the student community, to collect and deliver student inputs on landscape projects on campus, and create and run Student Services Project once every year to keep up the college’s recognition as the Tree Campus USA college. The role will also requires students to manage the Department’s different communications channels (including website, Facebook page, connections with the College Communication, etc) to effectively use them as tools to liaise among different parties. Candidates should be well organized, have strong communication skills, and be willing to take initiative on projects. Students will gain experience making campus wide connections with Administration and Faculty, and potentially create visible impact on campus.  Knowledge of and interest in Bryn Mawr’s history and landscape are helpful but not required.

Requirements: Students do NOT need to stay for the entirety of the semester, though it is preferred. Open to ALL CLASSES.

Contacts: Associate Director for Grounds — Dawn DiGiovanni (, Campus Greening Representatives — Jane Rossman ( and Talia Shiroma (